It was quite a windy weekend with occassional rainfalls, reminding me that nothing heralds winter better than autumn’s breezy chills. Yet, while it’s a welcome break from the summer heat, no one deserves to get drenched in the rain, only except for love reasons.
So if you’re not planning on intentionally acting out a love-like movie scene under the rain and are pretty much just concerned about making it to work, your business meetings and events, keeping warm and dry, but looking smart and stylish, then it’s time to say goodbye to summer’s lightweights and get your autumn-winter wardrobe ready.
An essential for this season is a good and versatile jacket. There are so many options available in terms of cuts, design, style, but these are some exquisite but functional pieces I’ve spotted that’ll serve you right this season. As I always advise my clients, you never go wrong by investing in a quality piece that will stand the test of time.
The Moscow Coat by Norwegian Rain has been designed for the most extreme cold. This innovative construction with wool fibres paddings is water repellant on the outside, it is windproof, breathable with a detachable collar and made with 100% recycled material.
Get Moscow Coat by Norwegian Rain here – 986.51 €. Available in six different colors.
I love this stripped blue-black Eden Park coat. Made with woolen fabric, it is generously dotted with inner pockets and piped outer pockets. It features a back slit that helps with ease of movement. It’s straight and modern cut will give you a polished and edgy look whilst keeping you warm.
Eden Park blue-black jacket – 595 €
This Uniqlo’s blocktech coat is made of windproof material with water-repellent and waterproof coating. Side slits allow for easy mobility and breathability. Simple but stylish and functional, and comes in black and gray color.
Men U BLOCKTECH coat in gray – Uniqlo – 99.90 €
If you’d like to fill in some gaps in your wardrobe – contact me to book in your Autumn Winter personal shopping trip.
You might be interested in reading my previous rant on why Plus Size matters in Menswear.